Nokia Kinetic phone (Amazing feature)

The Nokia Kinetic isn’t just a sleek concept phone. It’s a sleek concept phone that raises itself up into a standing position when a call comes in. Huh?  Inside the Kinetic is an electromagnet that can shift weights in the curved base, causing the phone to tilt upright on cue, that cue being an incoming call. Telemarketer again?
Tap the phone to decline the call and it’ll fall back down. It’s intended to be a playful feature, though I can see it being useful in a quiet office where even vibrating phones are sometimes an irritant to others.

Guess…… What is this????

guess….. What is being carried by this man???
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Honestly…. first guess the answer….

The answer is ::

hard disk in 1956 of size 5 MB.

In September 1956 IBM launched the 305 RAMAC, the first computer with a hard disk drive (HDD). The HDD weighed over a ton and stored 5MB of data.